You've got plenty to work with, never fear. There are so many different kinds of evidence that even the Wikipedia article is monstrous.
I'll let you read that to get yourself started, but here's a rundown of the basic categories:
- The fossil record, of course.
- The genomes of all living things, especially the similarities and specific differences between given species.
- Comparative anatomy: common features, new features and vestigial features.
- Comparative physiology and biochemistry: like comparative anatomy, but more in depth.
- Geographical distribution of apparently related species.
- The steady decline in the effectiveness of any given antibiotic or pesticide against rapidly developing organisms like bacteria and insects.
- The success of recent attempts to recreate the process of evolution virtually.
- Observed events of beneficial mutation and even complete speciation.
- Interspecies infertility, another indicator of important differences between creatures.
Go chew on that lot for a while. There's a wealth of information for each online. Have fun.